North Korean Army Korean Ship Crew Shooting Expert "Is Over-Responding with the New Corona?" September 25, 4:12
Regarding the fact that the crew of a fishery guidance vessel belonging to the Korean Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries was shot dead by the North Korean army, experts said, "I think they took excessive measures due to the sense of caution about the new corona virus." He pointed out that it is necessary to continue to pay close attention to the situation on the Korean Peninsula.
According to the announcement by the South Korean army, the whereabouts of a male crew member in his 40s on a fishery guidance ship belonging to the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries of Korea disappeared for a while in the waters near North Korea in the Yellow Sea on the west side of the Korean Peninsula. , A surviving man was found in the waters on the North Korean side, but was shot dead on the spot by the rushing North Korean army, and his body was burned.
Regarding this, Professor Shunji Hiraiwa of Nanshan University, who is familiar with the situation on the Korean Peninsula, said, "I have the impression that there is a strong sense of caution about the arrival of people who may be infected with the new corona virus, and that they have taken excessive measures. I pointed out.
He added, "I think South Korea wants to improve its relations with North Korea to a certain extent and take an initiative on the situation on the Korean Peninsula, so in this case, while looking at the resentment of the people, we will talk with North Korea. We will be looking for talks, "he said, adding that it is unlikely that military tensions will rise immediately.
On top of that, "It is unlikely that this matter will affect the international community, including Japan, but if the North-South relations and the North Korean issue move, Japan will also have a cooperative relationship with South Korea. It will be necessary to take measures on the premise of this, "he said, pointing out that it is necessary to continue to pay close attention to the situation on the Korean Peninsula.